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BIM processes allow structural engineers, detailers, and fabricators to improve structural design documentation, minimize errors, and streamline collaboration between teams. Explore how structural design and detailing software tools help you win new business and support project delivery.
3D model-based structural detailing software that is connected to BIM improves structural design and detailing accuracy to accelerate fabrication.
For steel detailers, information-rich, 3D model-based detailing processes have many benefits over 2D. See how easy it is to adopt BIM and move to a rich, 3D environment for steel detailing.
BIM isn’t just for architects. It’s changing the way that structural engineers, detailers, and fabricators are working together too. Are you ready to take advantage of the benefits of BIM?
After three days of training on their new steel detailing software, this small steel fabrication firm saw immediate time savings with BIM.
This company used BIM structural engineering to improve design accuracy, gain competitive advantage, and offer new client services.
Think BIM is only for big firms and big projects? Think again! Here’s the truth about BIM for your small structural design or detailing firm.
This Australian firm delivers custom quotes using an Industry Foundation Classes (IFC) data model in a 3D environment.
This leading building systems company now performs work that used to require thousands of drawings with a single BIM model.
Using BIM on your structural project doesn’t have to be daunting. This pilot guide provides a simple framework that helps you get started putting BIM into practice at your structural firm.
The real power of BIM lies in its ability to connect teams across a project’s lifecycle to accelerate collaboration.
BIM is transforming how structural and geotechnical design firms like Rutherford & Chekene are delivering projects.
CEO David Bleiman tells how his structural and geotechnical engineering firm uses BIM workflows to streamline structural design to fabrication.
The Austrian firm designed a heavy steel and glass roof for the Louvre Abu Dhabi, using BIM to reduce costs and deliver on a tight timeline.
BIM helped IKERD to quickly model intricate design details and reduce RFIs, saving the client costly construction schedule delays.
Buro Happold used BIM to quickly develop, analyze and optimize advanced geometric designs for the stadium roof used in the 2014 FIFA World Cup.
This Texas-based firm explains how BIM helps bring teams together and helps in the communication between teams.
BIM helped the firm optimize the design of a Massachusetts College of Art and Design residence hall, by anticipating and guarding against potential long- and short-term structural problems.